Clear the way because the wagons are rolling; we're on full-steam ahead right into rehearsals for To Kill A Kelpie. We're in deep; there's scary Kelpie noises, intense warm ups and indepth character analysis.
Most prominent discussion thus far: Language debate: how Scottish is too Scottish? Where's the line between being coherant and it becoming a completely foreign language in itself?
One more week of rehearsal left before jetting off to New York and one question still remains: if you sit beside a loch late at night, would you see a Kelpie break the surface....
By Matthew McVarish. Directed by Sandy Thomson. A Poorboy theatre production co-produced with Stop the Silence: Stop Child Sexual Abuse, Inc. Supported by Creative Scotland. In association with The Moira Anderson Foundation